DIY: Necklaces with Martha Stewart Jewelry
Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by Martha Stewart Jewelry by Plaid. All opinions and thoughts are all my own.
This was the best mail day ever! I was so happy to see a pretty brown box on my doorstep! I was so excited to try out the new Martha Stewart Jewelry Line at Michael's! I have been really into necklaces lately and I wanted to try my hand on creating some of my very own.
Martha Stewart Jewelry 18 in Gold Chain
Martha Stewart Pearl Pendant
Martha Stewart Gold Lobster Clasps
Gold jump rings
I simply used my one gold jump ring to attach my Pearl Pendant cluster to my gold chain and finished my necklace with the Gold Lobster Clasps. This by far, was one of the easier necklaces I have ever made and it looks like I purchased it from a high end boutique!
I was on a roll and decided to create a fun summer necklace that I could wear with various outfits. For this necklace I used the following:
Martha Stewart Jewelry 18in Silver Chain
Martha Stewart Jewelry Silver Toggle Clasps
Martha Stewart Jewelry Yellow Cabochons
Martha Stewart Jewelry Silver Filigree
Martha Stewart Jewelry Silver Jump Rings
This was an another super easy necklace to create and I love it! I simply took the E-600 and attached the yellow cabochons to the silver filigree. I then attached it to the silver chain using one silver jump ring. I finished the necklace by using a silver toggle clasp to complete it. Super easy and so adorable!
I hope these easy tutorials inspire you to create your own fun jewelry using the new Martha Stewart Jewelry line! Martha Stewart Jewelry is a product of Plaid Crafts. You can follow them on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, or visit their blog!